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Conserve 2 of something and then do it again

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Increase your gas mileage by 2 MPG

Posted on July 15, 2010 at 10:41 AM Comments comments (545)
As with all other ideas in this web site, saving 2 of something is the theme of this entry. In this case, we're looking to increase our MPG by 2. This can be done in a variety of ways but the easiest and most obvious way is to go a little slower. Keep an eye on your tachometer - the gauge that says how fast the motor is spinning - measured in Revolutions Per Minute (RPMs). This will be different depending on what car you drive but I find that if I keep the RPMs under 3000, I achieve better gas mileage. To achieve this, I need to keep my speed at about 65.